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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1912)
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TUtf H4 AQTITVjr.Q FA5 I PRQTIVAI. nOMMITTRE. nf Hasf-mos. has arrancrpfl with frhf Pain FiVeworks Company.
of New York, to produce every night during the week of October 7th, the famous spectacle "LAST DAYS OF POM
PEIJ." :?asterpeice df spectacular splendor and protechnic ingenuity; invented, produced and personally conducted
by th grc.V ?st fireworks manufacturers in the world. Three hundred Gorgeous Costumed Performers taking part in
this production, including five big circus acts; five acres of ground seating ten thousand people; imposing scenery, im
pressive Page -mis of beautifuul Flower Cirls, Roman Senators, Priests, Gladiators all magnificently gowned. Excit
ing contents or the Roman Hippodrome, concluding the evening's performance with $1,000 display of Fireworks,
which is changed rightly. This great spectacular success which has amazed and delighted millions in Europe and America, will be seen
for the first Lime in central Nebraska. The prices of admission will be fifty cents general admission, reserved seats 25 cents extra, box
seats 25 cents extr.i. Children under 12, 25c.
The1 llsistmm Fall Festival Committee ife sparing no effort to maku the Farm Products, Poultry and Domestic Science
Departments as attractive as the amusement features. fact the money expended and the interest exhibited by the. committee
and l'ainuii's all point to a successful exposition. It is determined to make the 1912 "Festival in Hastings the biggest and
most splendid event in Nebraska for the year. All the necessary steps for the personal comfort of the visitors during the week
have been anticipated and ladies' rest rooms conveniently located.
of American scien
tists, technicians, men
of affairs, men of leisure,
have chosen the Howard watch.
The first Howard was brought
out in 1842 the only American
watch. It had to prove itself the
finest practical watch in the world
had to stand comparison with
the work of the foremost European -watchmakers.
Every Howard i adjusted in in tan, priced
nt'lhe factory, nnd printed ticket attached
(rum $35.00 to 150 00.
"When you buy a Howard you git tome
We are diitributon for thii diitinctive watch.
We carry in stock all
grade of our R. R. standard
watches and at the Right
Price. We are taking care of
some of the finest watches on
the U. P. Ry. Let us take
care of yours.
UintOH, -and Optician.
4 OR 8
For Your Drugs. Orders De
REXALL and NYAL
Local and Personal
Charles Walters transacted business
in Wallace Saturday.
E. F. Soeborger visited in Lowellon
the latter part of last week.
ilra. M. Woods, of Ogalalla, spent
Saturday in town with friends.
Mrs. Carrlo Hart, of Omaha, js visit
in her son Harry Hart this wock.
Guy Granger, of tho Davis garage,
transacted business in Alliance the last
of last week.
Mrs. Herbert Hccox, of Gothenburg,
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Slutts this week.
Siogel Milton, C. W. Thomas and
Henry Bebout, of Wallace, were among
tho visitors here Saturday.
Henry Mehlmann roturncd to Wallace
Saturday after sponding tho grcuter
part of last week with relatives.
Clark Buchanan loft Saturday morn
ing for Missoula, Montana, to attend
tho funoral of the lato Robert Cary.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Laughlin re
turned Saturday morning from their
honeymoon trip to tho Pacific coast.
Twelve Disc Groin prills $70.00 at
Hcrshey's, Corner Gth and Locust Sts.
Phone 15. -
Misses Lillian Ititncr and Roxy
Murphy of tho Suthei land schools, spent
Saturday and Sunday with their parents.
Arrangements are being made to
have tho Kearney military foot ball
team play tho local boys in this city on
Mrs. Henry Gilfoil and daughter
Violet, and mother Mrs. rundalo will
return this week from anoxtonded visit
Arthur May, who spent several weeks
heroin, i employ of tho telephone
company, loft last week for Lincoln to
attend tho university.
Mrs, Carmichoal and daughter Tacio
returned to their homo in Indiana Sat
urday after an extended visit with
Mesdamcs Duke and McGraw.
I. E. Trout spent Friday in Sidney.
Will Finney, of Ogalalla, transacted
business in tho Saturday.
For Sale A large size Jewel base
burner, good ns new. Phone Black 419.
Will Wilklns, of Gothenburg, visited
in town while enroute home from' Den
Miss Amanda Mylander intends to
leave shortly for California to remain
Misses Eflie Burroughs and Mayme
Waits, of Farnam, left Saturday after
visiting Mrs. Shaw.
Fred Pierbo left Saturday afternoon
or Grand Island after visiting his
family for some time.
A large number of North Platto peo
ple are planning to attend tho Ak-Sar-Ben
in Omaha this week.
Mrs. Louis Peterson left Saturday for
Kansas City to visit her niece Mrs. W.
R. Kesler for two weeks.
J .,13. Itedfiold, of Omaha, who spent
a week with Drs. J. B. and W. Red
field, returned homo Friday.
Miss Hazel Hoxie, who was tho guest
of Miss Myrtlo Beeler, left for her
home in Ogalalla Saturday.
For Sale A motorcycle. Inquire nt
520 E. 11th street. 08-1
Miss Alice Otten returned Saturday
afternoon from an extended visit in
Nampa, Idaho, with her mother.
Mrs. Roy Miner, of Cheyenne, ar
rived Saturday to visit her mother Mrs.
Margaret Post for a week or two.
Fred Warren left Saturday morning
for Tryon, Stapleton, Arnold nnd Calla
way to spend ten days giving political
Miss Jessuj,Baker left Friday after
noon for Grand Island to take instruc
tions in the telephone ofiice in that city
for ten days.
Miss Grace Payne entertained a num-
bor of lady friends nt n plensant ken
sington Friday afternoon. Nice re
freshments were served.
Mrs. Sarah Combs roturned Saturday
from an extended visit in Lincoln and
Omaha and will spend tho winter with
her daughter Mrs, W. T. Bnnks.
Mrs. Levi Duke and Mrs. T. C.
Golden and children loft yesterday for
El wood, Ind., where they were called
by ihe sorious illness of the former's
Clifford Sheppan of SmitliYille,
spent Saturday as the" guest of town
friends. Mr. Sheppard was formerly
omployed here in tho McCabe Drug
Harry Samuelson lias sold his res
idence property on west Fourth street to
F. H. Barber for $3,B00,tho salo having
been made through D. E. Morrill. Mr.
Samuelson paid $2,800 for the property
a year or two ago.
Vantna' Kutch, Sandalwood and
Uriental odors are tho best porfumo
and toilet luxuries.
Rinckhh Book & Drug Co.
Tho Tribune man mado a brief visit
at the Huntor fruit farm north of
Sutherland Suriday and found the apple
harvest in progress. Tho early apples,
about 1500 bushels, had been picked
and sold, and tho Grimes Golden
variety are now being picked,
boxed nnd placed in tho storage cellnr.
Tho crop of winter apples is estimated
at 4,500 bushels. The-quality is excellent.
Joseph Joder spent a few days at the
county fair in Sidney last week.
Sheriff Salisbury transacted official
business in WoodJRiver yesterday.
Carl Lintz returned the first of this
week from Scotts Bluffs where he spent
Miss Beth Cunningham, of Gothen
burg, visited the home folks Saturday(
Mrs. W. II. LeDoyt returned Sunday
evening from a short visit in Sidney
Mrs.OHosford, of Omaha, who spent
last week with her husband in this city,
returned homo yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Carpenter, of
Curti3, are visiting their sons Earl and
Lawrence in town this week.
A.; D. nzer, ot Alabama, was u
guest at the Pizer home Sunday and
loft that evening for Ogalalla.
Mr. andj Mrs. W. L. Richnrdsleft
yesterdayjmorning for Chicago to visit
Mrs. Ricbnrd's mother Mrs. S. H.
HarleyfGates has accepted a position
in the clothing department of the
Leader and began work yesterday
Mrs. Chnrlcs Hendyand son returned
to Denver Saturday evening after
spending a couple of weeks with 'her
pirentsJMr. and Mrs. John Bratt.'"'
Homer Rector, who had been confined
t3 the house for some time by injuries
sustained in a fall from ii ladder,' re
sumed work yesterday in the post office.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clinton and family,
of St. Paul, Neb., who were called here
by the death of the former's father, tho
le.te J. C. Clinton, went home Sunday
S. Fox, who had been in the employ
of Tho Leader for severnl months, re
signed his position Saturday evening
and loft for Stapleton to go into busi
ness. Victor Hnlligan, of this city, has been
selocted as one of the University of
Nebraska foot ball team for this season
and will play in all the big games.
Vic's playing in the freshman team last
season attracted attention from the
start. Coach Stoihm, of tho university
team, speaks very highly of Vic's
Loavo your orders with Mrs. A. D.
Jacobs for spring fries, also cucumber
pickles, cakes and cookies. Phono
Fred Ericsson, of GaBhn precinct,
was a caller Saturday while in town
transacting business. He says tho
corn crop in his section has ripened
nicely and the yield will be considerably
above tho average; the best tor soveral
years. Quito a few farmers in his sec
tion have lost horses by tho prevalent
disease, P. B. Bloom losing threo fine
animals. In two instances horses were
cured by burning rags saturated with
sulphur, this cure occurring nfter tho
disease had been developed for forty
EVENTS IN SOCIETY.
The attendance at the social weekly
dance at the Lloyd Friday evening was
larger than usual and all present Bpent
a plensant evening. Stamp's orchestra
furnished the program of popular dances.
Mrs. Ralph Garman entertained a
number of the local stenographers at a
six o'clock dinner Saturday evening.
The table decoiations were very pretty
and each course highly complimented.
Mrs. T. C. Patterson, Mrs. Geo. B.
Dent and Mrs. Ira L. Bare will enter
tain at a musicale at the Odd Fellows'
hall Saturday afternoon. One hundred
and fifty invitations have been issued.
A dosfcin or more young people from
town attended the social dance Satur
day evening at the Kelso homo three
miles west ot town, uoou music, nice
refreshments and congenial , people
made the afFair a very pleasant one to
the seventy-five people who engaged in
Mrs. Russell Wyman entertained a
number of friends Saturday evening at
a prenuptial kitchen shower for Miss
Viola Gerkin. The evening was spent
in games. Lunch in two courses was
served. Prizes were won by Wm. Yost,
Mrs. George LeDoyt, Mrs. Wm. Yost
and Robeit Lannin.
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CHOOSING A FALL SUIT!
Lincoln County Bank Deposits.
The deposits in the (eleven banks of
Lincoln county on Sept. 4th, as shown
by the published statements, was
$1,405,328.37, which is only about $1,000
loss than at the date of the former
statement in June. The deposits are
held as follows;
First Natn'l Bank, North
McDonald State Bank, North
Platte Valley Bank, North
Bank of Brady 90,541. G8
Citizens Security Bank,
Brady State Bank 72,401.01
Maxwell State Bank 04,790.41
Sutherland State Bank 00,052.50
Bank of Lincoln Co., .
KBank of Wcllfleet 45,509.35
Farmers Bank, Sutherland. 30,442.77
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UR Fall Suit Spread is
now at its best and the
early buyer is going to make
his selection from unbroken
He is going tn Have a great
advantage over the M.in look
ing for a Suit a fea weeks
Come in and try on one of
our Fall Suits and you'll be
pleased with the way it fits
The shoulders arc sloping
and graceful just as fashion
The trousers are narrow and
the vest buttons high up.
We are particularly anxious
to have "the man who has
clothes made to measure" look
at our clothes and judge them
after nclose inspection and a
few "try ons."
They represent the very
highest devflopment in leady-for-service
Clothes and express
the highest degree of perfec
tion in modern, designing and
812.50 TO 27.00
Stoves Erected, Stove Repairs.
I am preparad to clean and erect
toves and mako all necessary repairs,
and will order all repairs needed. Phone
390. ' Peteu McGovekn,
08-4 1005 Locust St.
The Home of Good Clothes.
100 acres of well improved land 7
miles southeast of North Platte. Inquire
of Jos. Horshoy.
Thomas Mclntyre, one of tho threo
tramps who wero sentenced to life im
prisonment in the state pcnitcnitlary
for tho murder of U. P. watchman,
Frank Wiser, at Sidney, Nebr., and
who later escaped from the prison has
been taken back to thopenitentiary.
After making his escape ho went to
California, where he committed a bur
glary and vas sentenced to threo
years' imprisonment. When ho com
nloted his term he was taken in charge
by the Nebraska authorities.
sale $15 to $25.
Wright Here Thursday Sept. 26th.
Clyde J. Wright, tho candidate for
governor of Nebraska on tho Socialist
ticket, will give a political address nt
tho Lloyd opera house on Thursday even
ing Sept. 20th, at at 8 p. m. This wil
be a speech on political economy and
industrial democracy, such as!ou will
not have another opportunity to hear
again this year, and ovcry one should
hear him. Mr. Wright is a student nnd
thinker of wonderful ability, and as a
philosopher has no equal in tho stato
of Nebraska. The campaign of 1912 is
on and thore arc somo ital political
issues that every voter should hear dis
cussed beforo going to tho polls on
HoWill tell you something about the
high coBt of laying, and what the ills of
society are and suggest a remudy.
This will be a good opportunity for
Teddy 'b bull moosors and nil progres
sives, to got somo more thunder, and
the stand patters should como out nnd
hear how it is done.
Every ono come out and hear this
learned politican explain the political
problems which nro perplaining tho
Amorican people today. Ladles espec
ially invited. Committee..
The dato of the farmers' institute at
Wallace is October 221(1" and 23rd, and
an effort will bo made to make it a big
show by adding carnival features and
securing state candidates to mako
speeches. If this is done the affair will
continue over several days'
At the meeting of the villngo board
of Brady this week it is expected that
a special election will be ordered to
vote on a proposition to issue bonds in
the sum of $8,000 or $10,000 for the
purpose of orectingawaterworks plant.
Cochran nnd McNamara, engineers of
North Platte, havo an estimate of the
cost of the plant.
There aro a number of farmers in the
Wallaco section who will thresh from
2,000 to 5,000 bushels of wheat. Among
tho henviest growers are Larry Sullivan
and Enoch Hruza who will have 5,000
bushels each, C. L. Cooper and Dud
Schofield 4,000 bushels each, and Ed
Forrell 3,000 bushels. There are dozens
of others who will mado have from 1,000
Mis3 Noma Sillm will leave the first
of October for California to mako her
Mrs. Miko Hayes left yesterday
morning for Grand Island to visit for n
Mrs. Robort Lannin left yesterday
for Grand T si nnd to spend a couple
Miss Marie Martini left Friday cvpn
ing for Sidney to attend the Cheyenne
Miss Mario LeDoyt went to Sidney
Friday evening to visit her aunt for a
Cane Sugar i6-lbs
Standard Tomatoes 12 cans
Standard Corn . . . . t 12 cans
Sifted Early June Peas (reg. 15c). . .-. . '. 12 cans
Red Kidney Beans (reg. 2 for 25c) 12 cans
Bunker Hill Pork and Beans (25c size). 6 cans
Fancy Red Salmon (reg, 20c) 6 cans
Blackberries .. 3 cans
Black Raspberries 3 cans
Oil Sardines 7 cans
Caljimet Baking Powder 1 lb. can
Corn Flakes 3 pkgs
Good Japan Tea 1 lb
Lover's Lane Coffee reg. 35c 2 lb
Dinner Party Coffee reg. 30c 4 lb
Lenox Soap ,8 bars
First door south of postoffiee.
Stock Reduction Sale.
In order to make room for our future orders of
canned goods which will soon begin to arrive, we
will sell for the next fifteen days beginning
Saturday, September 14,
FOR CASH ONLY.
Twenty per cent discount on all Granite, Tin and
Galvanized Ware during sale.
Anticipate your wants and take advantage of these
extremely low prices while they last.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
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North Platte, Neb.
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